Funny English Errors
02/25/2017 at 00:20. Facebook
No error as such. Just a question of appropriateness. Then again, it pays to advertise...
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02/23/2017 at 23:42. Facebook
Sure... "accidentally" ;)
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02/22/2017 at 22:48. Facebook
A grave error, indeed
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02/21/2017 at 22:18. Facebook
Apologies to all the lawyers out there ;)
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02/20/2017 at 23:33. Facebook
Again, you could interpret this 2 ways...
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02/20/2017 at 03:13. Facebook
Again, it sounds like his family are *happy* he is deceased :/
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02/19/2017 at 06:26. Facebook
It almost sounds like they *wanted* her to die :O
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02/18/2017 at 08:35. Facebook
Take 2. I made an embarrassing spelling mistake in the previous post. See?! Mistakes can happen to the best of us ;)

Here's the correct version...
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02/18/2017 at 04:36. Facebook
For the next few days, we're looking at some actual epitaphs (tombstone inscriptions) where there's been a grammatical mistake or other error that has created an unintentionally humorous effect. (The words are real, though obviously the pictures are stock images).

The deceased persons whose epitaphs we share are long gone, but their epitaphs remain to give us a smile or chuckle from what must...
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Why spelling matters.
Do you like sport, especially cricket? Then you might enjoy these sport-related bloopers.
If you like funny English errors, you will love this essay! It's full of English language mistakes perpetuated by some very confused school kids... Read with caution or you might find yourself more confused about English than before.
I love this child's definition of "courting disaster".

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We think the person who defined "contour" like this, which is a pretty close definition, may have been a prepubescent boy. What do you think?

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If you know a lot about music, you will love this hilarious essay! #fail
Want to know about the world? Want to know more about Australia? Then DON'T read this essay, packed with funny English errors.
Politics can divide us and make us depressed. But this essay will cheer you up. It comes from a series of real-life funny English errors. Like and share for a cure for your political blues #altfacts
I have crappy ribs. I hope they don't eat me :/

(Thanks Adam for the pic.)
The kids who inspired this funny essay on the human body are really confused — and so is their English. Homophones create a lot of confusion, such as "mussels" and "muscles". And words and phrases that sound kind of similar (like "delirious" and "dangerously hilarious") often confuse kids, sometimes with hilarious results. Which is your favourite funny English error in this essay?
Kids write on the subject of love and marriage with hilarious results. Check it out...